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official website of the Greater Santa Fe Fireshed Coalition. Read about the Coalition and our projects. Learn about news and events. Find partners, contacts and resources.
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File Watershed Primer
A primer about watersheds, the region of land that drains to a particular body of water such as a river or lake.
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File Forests and Watersheds: A Newsletter for Decision-Makers
Issue No. 1, July 2014. Published by the New Mexico Forest and Watershed Restoration Institute.
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File text/texmacs EMNRD Watershed Restoration Projects
Map depicting locations for 14 watershed projects funded through a $6.2 million appropriation by the 2014 NM State Legislature
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USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2014-5161. Tillery, A.C., Haas, J.R., Miller, L.W., Scott, J.H., and Thompson, M.P., 2014. Prepared in cooperation with the Bernalillo County Natural Resources Services.
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File image/x-icon Stream Classification of the Mora River in The Wind River Ranch near Watrous, New Mexico
During the third week of April 2010, the New Mexico Highlands University (NMHU) Surface Hydrology and Watershed Management students, as supervised by, Dr. Craig Conely and Dr. Edward Martinez, studied the Mora River watershed by measuring flows and stream morphology characteristics. Largely, the Mora River watershed is located on the eastern slopes of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in the northeastern, New Mexico and is approximately 1,476-mi². The Mora River flows eastward into the plains of New Mexico and drains into the Canadian and Arkansas rivers. Recharge to the Mora River watershed occurs by means of surface waters. Agricultural activities such as livestock watering and irrigation are primary uses for the waters and drinking water is typically gained via groundwater. During the 2-day study, present-day conditional status evaluation of the river took place. The Mora River reach, after analysis, appeared to be recovering from disturbance. Natural ecologic recovery of the river determination involved measuring cross sectional profiles, longitudinal profiles, and recording parameters such as natural meanders and point bar development along the stream reach.
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File PDF document PSIAC Report - "Factors Affecting Sediment Yield and Measures for the Reduction of Erosion and Sediment Yield"
This is a manual that accompanies a worksheet that can be used to estimate sediment yield from watersheds. Together, the report and the worksheet constitute a low-tech yet recently validated, cost effective water quality model.
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File PDF document PSIAC Worksheet - "Sediment Yield Rating Factor"
This worksheet accompanies a report, "Factors Affecting Sediment Yield and Measures for the Reduction of Erosion and Sediment Yield", and with the report can be used to estimate sediment yield from watersheds. The method is relatively simple, low-tech, and has been recently validated.
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File PDF document Western Regional Partnership Natural Resources Committee Updates, April-May 2012
Attached are the latest (April 6-May 2) WRP Natural Resources Committee related updates for your reference and use. If you have any related updates you would like to share with the Committee, please email them to for the next update.
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File PDF document Divining Rod Newsletter by NM Water Resources Research Institute
The New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute (NM WRRI) is pleased to present the latest issue of the Divining Rod. (Vol. XXXV, No. 2, April 2012)
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